Though Sasquatch outnumber humans 500 to one, Bigfoot sightings are still a rare occurrence. Why? The elusive Sasquatch are multi-dimensional creatures with the ability to phase in and out of time. When one is spotted, they move backwards to a time before the encounter and hide to avoid detection. Repulsar has composed music for Sasquatch appealing to their ability to move back and forth in time.
Sasquatch feel safe when they hear backwards sounds. Thus, the music on Repulsar at Remer sounds the same backwards as it does forwards. This is a quasi-live album taken from a campfire concert at the Chippewa National Forest near Remer, MN… the self-proclaimed “Home of Bigfoot.”
Remer spelled backwards is Remer. Coincidence? We think not! This music is a blend of backwards and forwards sounds, carefully arranged to be equally enjoyable when heard in either direction.
We predict this will be Repulsar’s breakout album, akin to Cheap Trick at Budokan. Just as Cheap Trick enjoyed newfound success in America due to the hysteria they inspired in thousands of Japanese teenage girls, Repulsar will enjoy newfound success among human audiences due to the hysteria we inspired in the Sasquatch. The tree-knocking echoing from the Chippewa National Forest is confirmation of our triumph.
3.85 trillion Sasquatch can’t be wrong!
released March 7, 2019
Newt Skink: Polyphonic throat singing, spoken word, Pygmy beer horn
Michael Donahue: Guitars, percussion, arrangements, production
Wayne Sayers: Saxophone, didgeridoo, Japanese flutes, percussion
Snippets of Sasquatch calls recorded at the Kids Bigfoot Calling Contest, Remer Bigfoot Days, July 7, 2018.